Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he will not 'betray' the Cytizens when he decided his long-term future.
Guardiola's contract with City is set to expire at the end of next season and there have been reports he is likely to leave as the deal runs down. Speaking to the media on Friday, the Spaniard seemed relaxed over the situation but insisted his decision will not be a blessing to the club.
"I'm not thinking about that. I'm not a guy to think much about the future when I have still the contract I have," he said.
"I'm not good enough to think far, far away about my future because my future always depends on results. I'm not concerned for any second."
"I feel protected here. I feel good, comfortable. They gave me everything. At the end of the season, we'll see what happens."
"I don't think about the next job. My decision will be taken together with the club. I have a lot of confidence."
"They gave me everything, so I cannot betray them or do anything wrong to them. That would be not nice from my side."
"Together we took decisions to come here and to extend the contract two times and it will be the same now. It depends how they feel about me and how I feel myself in the club."
City who are at the top of the table with 56 points will take on Southampton today in a Premier League encounter.